Blockchains provide an immutable ledger of data without relying on oversight by a central authority. Its various applications are the center of attention for many innovators, and there are still a lot of challenges to be addressed in this field.

Today, Cynthia Gilbert, a software patent attorney, computer scientist and one of the founding partners at Blueshift IP – a U.S. patent law firm specializing in software patents – is focusing on introducing the blockchain technology and its patentable applications.

Listen to Episode 03 of The Software Patent Podcast – Beyond the Buzzwords series, to learn about the two types of innovators in this space, and the areas where there’s more opportunity to identify patentable subject matter.

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